Christ Philip! What Next? by Lusky. Original Lusky signed and stamped wooden tablet. The tablet is painted and varnished with mixed media and has a mat and gloss varnish that shows off the statement 'God Save The Queen'. The piece measures 56cm tall by 38cm wide by 5cm deep and weighs 4kg. £600. Only by Enquiry
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Original Lusky wood tablet (see process section). Solid wood tablet constructed by the artist. Symbolising a world without Apple Computer. DOS has ambiguous meaning here. This piece has a first for the process in that there is a small symbol under the number. Gloss varnish finish and highly textural relief blood spattered effect.
Piece measures 56cm tall by 38cm wide by 5cm deep. Mixed media on wood (see process for more info and pictures). Weight 4kg.
Ticket To Kill is a tribute to the master of Science Fiction Ridley Scott. The Ticket is for an imaginary tourist attraction Rutger Haur refers to at the close of the film. "I've seen things you people wouldn't believe. Attack ships on fire off the shoulder of Orion. I watched c-beams glitter in the dark near Tannhäuser Gate. All those moments will be lost in time, like tears in rain". Although the Gate was probably a military installation in actual fact the painting paints it as a psychotic episode happening at a tourist attraction. Bladerunner is the greatest science fiction movie ever made bar none and this is my artistic interpretation of that fact. The Japanese type at the base of the painting reads 'Everything is a copy of a copy of a copy'.
Piece measures 59.5cm wide by 45cm tall by 5cm deep. Mixed media on wood (see process for more info and pictures). Weight 5kg.